Watch the Cross Barring online guitar lesson by Brad Carlton from Chord Studies: Flamenco Chords Vol. 1
The first E11b9 in this example is a little bit of a handful and is probably going to be quite a stretch. Think of it as an E power chord fingered with the 2nd, 3rd and 4th fingers, which leaves the first finger free to grab the F note. This again creates that minor second interval we've been hearing throughout these examples. This is a big one for intonation issues, so use your ears. Notice the great sound of the F note between two Es in the voicing here.